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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Text excerpt from page 21 (click to view)
No-Signal Detection (TV)
If no valid signal detected, it takes 5 minutes for the set to switch to Standby mode unless a signal is detected or a command is received from the remote control. After a Remote Control command (if No-Signal Timer is active) the timer stops and if no signal detected again the timer is initialized to 5 minutes and starts 3 seconds later again to count down. It is not valid in AV mode.

Picture Mode
Picture mode OSD is displayed when “ ” button is pressed. Picture mode can be changed to Auto, 4:3, 16:9, Cinema, Subtitle, Zoom or Panorama by pressing “ ” button.

No-Signal Detection (PC)
If no valid signal detected for 5 minutes system goes to Stand-By mode. To switch on the system press “ ” button.

Sleep Timer Indicator
It is displayed on the upper right of the screen when a new programme is entered by digit button or by pressing “P<P”, “-P/CH”, “P/CH+”, “TV”, “AV” or “ ” button. If sleep timer is activated it is displayed with the TV status and erased with it after 3 seconds. Once the time set with the sleep timer has elapsed, the set will go to standby.

As the last status feature, system starts from TV or PC, whichever was the status before stand-by or switch-off. Note that SCART inputs have the precedence on both TV and PC.

Volume Bar
It is displayed in the lower middle of the screen. When a volume command is received (pressing “ +” or “ -” by Remote Control or Control panel at the top of the TV) and no menu is active, it stays on the screen for 3 seconds, after the last volume command or until another command is received in between.

Mute Indicator
It is placed in the upper middle of the screen when enabled, and it stays there until it is disabled. To cancel mute, there are two alternatives; the first one is pressing " " button, the volume is set to the preceding value. The second one is increasing the volume level, whereby it starts at the minimum level to increase. By decreasing the volume level in mute state, mute will not be ignored, only the volume level will decrease. If mute is cancelled after decreasing the volume level, the volume will be set the decreased level.

AV Modes
By pressing the “AV“ button you can switch your TV to AV modes (except being in Teletext). Pressing this button will consecutively switch the TV in one of the optional AV modes: AV-1, AV-2, AV-3, S-VIDEO, PC. In order to quit the AV mode press the “TV”, digit buttons or “-P/CH” or “P/CH+” .

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